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Listed Buildings in Caerhun, Conwy

  1. II Agricultural Range at Gwern Felin
    Located immediately to the W of Gwern Felin farmhouse facing a random-cobbled yard.
  2. II Barn at Bryniau Melynion
    Located immediately to the N of Bryniau Melynion farmhouse, its S gable end set into a slight slope.
  3. II Barn at Ffynnon-Bedr
    Located immediately SW of Ffynnon Bedr Cottage on a sloping site, its W gable built into the hill.
  4. II Bodafon
    Prominently located on the S side of the main street in the village centre; opposite the Seion Presbyterian chapel and built into the slope of the street to the W.
  5. II Bryniau Melynion
    Located approximately 1.2 Km NW of Llanbedr-y-Cennin on an elevated site above Maes-y-Castell farmhouse; set back to the W of a metalled lane leading S from the Pont-y-Ddol to Llanbedr-y-Cennin villag
  6. II Bwthyn Rhyd
    Prominently sited on the S side of the main street at the approach to the village; behind a small rubble-walled forecourt with C19 decorative iron gate to N.
  7. II Caer Rhun Hall
    Located 200m NW of Caerhun church, set back from the main Bettws-y-Coed - Conwy road (B 5106) on the E side behind high rubble walls.
  8. II Church Cottage
    Prominently located at the T-junction at the village centre opposite the Bull Inn; built into the slope of the hill.
  9. II Church House
    Prominently located at the T-junction at the village centre opposite the Bull Inn; built into the slope of the hill.
  10. II* Farchwel
    Prominently located above a bend in the main road (B5106) and set back to the W, approximately 1km SW of Caerhun; accessed via a long metalled track running W from the road.
  11. II Ffynnon-Bedr Cottage
    Located 1km SE of Llanbedr-y-Cennin church in a field sloping to the W; accessed via an unmetalled track leading W from the lane from Tal-y-Bont to Llanbedr-y-Cennin.
  12. II Former Farmhouse at Gwern Felin
    Located 0.5 Km from Tal-y-Bont W of the Conwy Road (B 5106); accessed via a farm track leading S from a lane running parallel with the Afon Dulyn.; set in its own part-cobbled farmyard, opposite a ru
  13. II Fronfa
    Prominently located on the S side of the main street in the village centre; opposite the Seion Presbyterian chapel and built into the slope of the street to the W.
  14. II* Llanerch-y-Felin
    Located off the village lane to the N facing its former farmyard, now metalled; accessed via a short metalled lane.
  15. II Lychgate at Church of St Mary with churchyard walls including former Bierhouse and store
    Occupying the NE corner of the former Roman fort of Canovium; accessed via a metalled lane running E from the B5106 Bettws-y-Coed to Conwy road. The lychgate fronts the churchyard to the W, in the ce
  16. II Maes-y-Castell
    Located approximately 1km W of Caerhun on a rise above the Afon Roe; accessed via a track leading E from a lane running from Llanbedr-y-Cennin to Pontwgan.
  17. I Parish Church of St Mary
    Strikingly situated on a rise overlooking the river Conwy on the W bank, and occupying the NE corner of the former Roman fort of Canovium; accessed via a metalled lane running E from the B5106 Bettws-
  18. II* Parish Church of St Peter
    Prominently located on an elevated slope in the centre of the village, approximately 1km W of the Conwy Road (B5106); set within a circular rubble-walled churchyard.
  19. II Pen-y-Clogwyn
    Located approximately 0.6km ENE of Llanbedr church in an isolated position adjoining a burial ground to the S; sited slightly above a lane running N from the Capel Salem at Llanbedr, on top of a low r
  20. II Pont Farchwel
    Former road bridge over the Afon Roe approximately 0.5km N of Castell and immediately to the E of the present, modern road bridge over the B5106 (Llanrwst Road).
  21. II Pont Gorswen
    Spanning the Afon Roe and carrying an unclassified lane leading NW from Pontwgan to Roewen.
  22. II Pont Hafoty-Gwyn
    Spanning the Afon Roe in an upland setting some 2.5Km NW of Llanbedr-y-Cennin; carrying an unclassified road leading from that village ultimately to Roewen.
  23. II Pont y Ddol
    Spanning the Afon Roe and carrying an unclassified lane leading NW from Pontwgan to Roewen, 50m SE of Pont Gorswen.
  24. II Seion Welsh Presbyterian Chapel
    Prominently sited on the N side of the main street in the centre of the village.
  25. II Stable and Cart Range at Ffynnon-Bedr
    Located immediately opposite Ffynnon Bedr Cottage to the W
  26. II The Hall (with connecting wall to triangular store)
    Prominently sited on the corner of the B5106 (Bettws-y-Coed - Conwy road) at its junction with a lane running SW to Pontwgan; set back slightly behind plain rubble walls.
  27. II Triangular store (with connecting wall to The Hall)
    Prominently sited on the corner of the B5106 (Bettws-y-Coed - Conwy road) at its junction with a lane running SW to Pontwgan; set back slightly behind plain rubble walls.
  28. II Tyddyn-Isaf
    Located 100 m E of the Conwy Road (B 5106), at the eastern extremity of Castell; accessed via a narrow lane running E from the road.
  29. II Tyddyn-y-Coed Farmhouse
    Located approximately 1km S of Llanbedr-y-Cennin on an elevated site set against the E slope of Pen-y-Gaer; accessed via a track leading on from a metalled lane which runs SE from Llanbedr village.
  30. II Tyddyn-y-Pwll
    Located to the S of Roewen Road at the W extremity of the village; accessed via a farm track which passes the building on the R and continues to terminate at Bryn Derw farm.
  31. II Ye Olde Bull Inn
    Prominently located at the T-junction at the village centre; built into the slope of the hill.

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